Waiting for a rider

The Pedaler's Jamboree brought biking enthusiasts throughout Columbia and mid-Missouri together at Flat Branch Park.

Bikers' gear

Participants in the Pedaler's Jamboree dropped off camping gear, food and clothing to be delivered to Boonville upon their arrival at Kemper Park after the 30-mile ride from Columbia.

Ready for takeoff

One of the AeroShell T-6 Demonstration Team planes takes off at the Salute to Veterans AIr Show on Saturday at the Columbia Regional Airport.

Browsing the goods

David Ivancic looks through some Native American necklaces on sale Saturday at the For The People Pow Wow at Boone County Fairgrounds.

Celebration of Native American life

The For The People Pow Wow, held at Boone County Fairgrounds this weekend, is a celebration of Native American dance, arts, crafts and culture.

Dancing for the people

Justin Stegeman kicks up dust during an inter-tribal dance Saturday at the For The People Pow Wow at Boone County Fairgrounds. Saturday was Stegeman's 16th birthday and a drum circle performed "Happy Birthday" for him during the celebration.

Tribal makeup

Christina Barnham applies tribal makeup to Roy Barnham on Saturday afternoon in a tepee at Boone County Fairgrounds. The Barnhams have a tepee set up outside the pavilion where the For The People Pow Wow took place this weekend.

Gourd dancing ceremony

Jorge Romero of the Apache Indian tribe participates in a gourd dancing ceremony during the second annual For The People Pow Wow at Boone County Fairgrounds on Saturday.

Michael Liberto turns double play for Missouri baseball team

Missouri second baseman Austin Holt, left, looks on as shortstop Michael Liberto, top right, tosses the ball to first base to complete the double play after forcing out Oklahoma's Matt Harughty at second base in the ninth inning of the Tigers' 5-4 victory over the Sooners on Saturday at the Big 12 baseball tournament.

One hot show

The Columbia Regional Airport is the host of the Salute to Veterans Air Show on Saturday and Sunday. Spectators sat through 110 degree temperatures on the tarmac.

Detective Bodo

Sergeant Kyle Louks is bitten by Bodo, a 6-year-old German Shepherd narcotics detective, during the Army K-9 Corps demonstration at the air show on Saturday. Louks wears a jacket made for K-9 training, which is bite resistant.

Demonstration of skill

The AeroShell T-6 Demonstration Team fly in unison at the Salute to Veteran Air Show on Saturday.

High in the sky

During a flight demonstration at the Salute to Veterans Air Show, planes awed spectators with fast speeds and air designs.

Playing pilot

Ryan Kennon, 17 months old, plays pilot in a T51, which was flown in from Colorado Springs, Colo.

SkyHawks wow the crowd

A member of the SkyHawks, the Canadian Armed Forces parachute team, floats to the ground displaying an American flag. The team jumped to ground in front of a cheering crowd at the air show on Saturday.

Eyes on the sky

Onlookers watch the sky as the AeroShell T-6 Demonstration Team performs at the Salute to Veterans Air Show on Saturday.

Taking in the show

Benjamin Phillips and Yvonne Simmons watch the air show at Columbia Regional Airport on Saturday.

In the shade of a plane

Col. Harry H. Berrier sits under a plane wing for shade in preparation for the air show at Columbia Regional Airport on Saturday. Berrier is a veteran who worked in the Veterinary Corps during World War II. He served three years of active duty in the Army and 30 years in the military reserves.

Salute to veterans

Charles Eaton holds a salute during the Salute to the Nation Solemn Ceremony at the air show. Eaton is a veteran of the Vietnam War.

Slowest guest

After plugging a trained snail act for a whole week, Paul Pepper and James Mouser watch P.J. Lamberson, 13, make his snail go over a wall of nails. Unfortunately there wasn't enough air time for the snail to complete its trick.